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Religious Society of Friends Project WikiTree

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This is the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Project profile, a special account to look after Project Protected Profiles (PPPs) and orphaned profiles of 17th & 18th century members of the Religious Society of Friends, also known as Friends and Quakers.

The current project leaders are Michael Cayley, Isabelle Rassinot and Debi Hoag.


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Need some help from the Religious Society of Friends Project?

To make sure members of the Project can keep track of and watch over the projects PPPs and orphaned profiles, we now have a project profile. This allows us to generate a project watchlist and feed to monitor changes on all these profiles.

Profiles protected (PPP) by the project are all adopted by the Religious Society of Friends project account. They may be historically significant Friends, or Friends who have a very large number of descendants or disputed parents. These profiles are protected to ensure that collaboration happens prior to changes being made to their family name or the connections to their parents. As a member you can follow the feed of the Religious Society of Friends Project profile to see what work is being done on profiles in the project and to join in.

For project members

If you have completed a profile that is fully sourced and improved, it can be adopted by the Religious Society of Friends Project profile to reduce the number of profiles you are managing.

For all WikiTree members

If you are managing a lot of profiles for members of the Religious Society of Friends, but just don't have a lot of time to work on them or get them finished, or don't know where to start or find the proper sources for them, you can ask the project to adopt profiles. They will still be open for you to edit.

How to add the Project to a profile

Add to the Trusted List

  1. Click the Privacy tab on these Friends profiles.
  2. In the Add to Trusted List section, add the project email:
    wikitree-quakers@googlegroups.com
  3. Click the Add this Person button link
  4. Add {{Quakers_Sticker}} below the == Biography== heading.

Add as a (co-)Manager

  1. To add the Religious Society of Friends Project as manager: In the Trusted List section, select the link for wikitree-quakers@googlegroups.com to Add as Manager
  2. Add {{Quakers_Project}} above the == Biography== heading.

This way we can collaborate to get them all finished and protected as needed. If you would like to monitor the Profile Alerts, see Project Watchlist Changes feed and/or request an invitation to join the GoogleGroup listed below.

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Only the Trusted List can access the following:
  • Religious Society of Friends Project's formal name
  • nicknames
  • e-mail address
  • images (3)
  • family tree
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On 9 Jul 2019 at 03:46 GMT Jennifer (Merritt) Jordan wrote:

Trying to fix fix some Quakers errors and am wondering if there is anyway to run a report of all the people who’ve misused the
Quakers
Religious Society of Friends Project WikiTree was a Quaker.
Join: Quakers Project
Discuss: quakers
project instead of
Religious Society of Friends Project was a Friend (Quaker)
. Or can we put comments on the Quakers Research Category page to let people know they can fix their own errors on their own Suggestions page? Or maybe send a Google email to the group? Or to all people following Quakers? Email could explain the difference between Project and non-Project accounts? Or...?

On 5 May 2019 at 04:57 GMT Jean Shaw wrote:

Can you please add me? Researching some of my Quaker family members.

On 29 Apr 2019 at 23:39 GMT Betty Jo Bunker wrote:

I would love to join the Quaker project...

Thank you

On 22 Mar 2019 at 00:59 GMT William Foster Jr wrote:

Why isn't the email for this profile: wikitreequakers@googlegroups.com I went to add this project to manage a profile and email is not associated. I then found it is wikitree-quakers@googlegroups.com, so can we get the project page to agree?

On 27 Feb 2019 at 18:46 GMT Lori Harlan wrote:

I would like to add several profiles to the trusted list. Should I just add them or do you need to review them first?

On 27 Feb 2019 at 17:57 GMT Noeline (Warne) Hewitt wrote:

I would like to join the Quakers Project. I have several family members that were in the group in Liverpool. Benjamin Townson being the main one I want to research.

On 28 Nov 2018 at 19:14 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi! Would the Quakers Project be interested in managing the profile for Jordan-192. Virginia Project is manager of his father's profile (see this G2G discussion).

Cheers, Liz

On 27 Aug 2018 at 22:34 GMT Michael Barnard wrote:

I have a family tree starting with John ap Thomas who was husband of Katherine Robert (Thomas) who came over on Morning Star. How may I assist this project?

10 Generations from there until mine. Have all siblings of my parents and their parents up until John Thomas (d 1683)

On 15 Jul 2018 at 03:19 GMT William Collins wrote:

A question has been raised on g2g regarding Quaker tombstones. I would like to share some info I put on g2g.

Early Quakers in America marked their burial sites with stones, mostly plain stones, some with initials. Speaking of Falls MM, they maintained records of burial dates, and located them on a burial plot map which was retained at the MM. I can speak with authority on this after many visits to said burying ground, and visually sighting the burial map.

As time passed, the great majority of the stones placed on burial sites have sunk into the ground and can no longer be seen, as nature has covered them over.

On 19 Jun 2018 at 00:35 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi! I just added the category:Quaker Ministers to Bevan-62. Richardson calls him a Quaker Minister, but is there a list somewhere that I could check/add to the sources? He was with the "Trevereg" Meeting, Glamorganshire, Wales ("Trefeurigg" in his will, English spelling given by Richardson: "Treverigg"). Don't know which Meeting he was in after immigration to Pennsylvania in 1683.

Thanks!

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